 Odd

Odd is an adjective denoting the quality of being unpaired, occasional, strange or unusual, or a person who is viewed as eccentric.
Odd may also refer to:
In mathematics, the term odd is used in several senses related to even:

 even and odd numbers, an integer is odd if dividing by two does not yield an integer
 even and odd functions, a function is odd if f(x) = − f( − x) for all x
 even and odd permutations, a permutation of a finite set is odd if it is composed of an odd number of transpositions
In other contexts
 Odd (name), a male name common in Norway
 Odd, West Virginia, USA
 Odd Grenland, a Norwegian football team
 Odd Della Robbia, a character in Code Lyoko
ODD may refer to:
 Optical Disc Drive
 ODD (fanzine), a Hugonominated science fiction fanzine
 ODD (Text Encoding Initiative), "One Document Does it all", a literateprogramming format for describing XML schemas
 ODD, a play by Hal Corley about a teenager with oppositional defiant disorder
 Operational Due Diligence
 Oppositional defiant disorder, a mental disorder characterized by defiant behavior
See also
 Odds, from probability theory and gambling
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Odd — Della Robbia Odd Della Robbia est un des héros de la série Code Lyoko. Odd Della Robbia Personnage de Code Lyoko Naissance 1992 Origi … Wikipédia en Français
odd — W3S1 [ɔd US a:d] adj comparative odder superlative oddest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(strange)¦ 2 the odd occasion/day/moment/drink etc 3¦(various)¦ 4¦(not in a pair/set)¦ 5 odd number 6 20 odd/30 odd etc 7 the odd man/one out ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ … Dictionary of contemporary English
odd — [ ad ] adjective *** ▸ 1 unusual ▸ 2 not frequent/regular ▸ 3 of different types etc. ▸ 4 not even in number ▸ 5 lacking its pair ▸ 6 not exact in number ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) unusual or unexpected in a way that attracts your interest or attention:… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
Odd — ([o^]d), a. [Compar. {Odder} ([o^]d [ e]r); superl. {Oddest}.] [OE. odde, fr. Icel. oddi a tongue of land, a triangle, an odd number (from the third or odd angle, or point, of a triangle), orig., a point, tip; akin to Icel. oddr point, point of a … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Odd — ist ein norwegischer männlicher Vorname, der selten auch in Dänemark und Schweden vorkommt.[1] Die isländische Form des Namens ist Oddur.[2] Herkunft und Bedeutung Abgeleitet ist der Name möglicherweise von dem altnordischen oddr mit der… … Deutsch Wikipedia
odd — [äd] adj. [ME odde < ON oddi, point of land, triangle, hence (from the third angle) odd number, akin to OE ord, a point < Gmc * uzda (> Ger ort, place, orig., point) < IE * uds (< base * ud , up > OUT) + * dho , var. of * dhē,… … English World dictionary
odd — (adj.) c.1300, constituting a unit in excess of an even number, from O.N. oddi third or additional number, as in odda maðr third man, odd man (who gives the casting vote), odda tala odd number. The literal meaning of O.N. oddi is point of land,… … Etymology dictionary
odd — odd; odd·ish; odd·i·ty; odd·ling; odd·ly; odd·ment; odd·ness; … English syllables
odd — ► ADJECTIVE 1) unusual or unexpected; strange. 2) (of whole numbers such as 3 and 5) having one left over as a remainder when divided by two. 3) (in combination ) in the region of: fifty odd years. 4) occasional: we have the odd drink together.… … English terms dictionary
odd — / oddball [adj1] unusual, abnormal atypical, avant garde, bizarre, character, crazy, curious, deviant, different, eccentric, erratic, exceptional, extraordinary, fantastic, flaky*, freak*, freakish*, freaky*, funny, idiosyncratic, irregular,… … New thesaurus